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The Intel: Piu Marie Eatwell

If macabre Victorian litigation is your thing then you’ll be kicking yourself for forgetting to read our review of The Dead Duke, His Secret Wife And The Missing Corpse. 716 altre parole


The Little Sister

“The play was over. I was sitting in an empty theater. The curtain was down and projected on it dimly I could see the action. But already some of the actors were getting vague and unreal.” 442 altre parole


Upcoming Review

The Big Sleep;
Farewell, My Lovely;
& The Long Goodbye.

Finishing my #TBR20 – a few reflections

Some of you may have noticed that I’ve been tagging my recent reviews with #TBR20. You may have heard about this initiative on twitter, or read about it posts by other bloggers ( 1.281 altre parole

Book Reviews

Misconceptions about writing

May 14th, 2015 – There sojourn some misconceptions about writing through the world, as example that a writer has to be talented, that a writer is a genius who just sit down and write that perfect to publish a great novel. 438 altre parole


Pearwell My Lovely Literary Cooking Adventure

It was hot in the city that night; hotter than any day I could remember. I was just closing up the office. It had been a hell of a day and all I could think about was settling into bed and finally catching some sleep. 544 altre parole


Raymond Thornton Chandler

Raymond Thornton Chandler was an American author of crime stories and novels of immense
stylistic influence upon modern crime fiction, especially in the style of the writing and the attitudes now characteristic of the genre. 395 altre parole

Raymond Chandler